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2014 CONFERENCE - A ROARING SUCCESS!

Conference display 2014The 2014 Bioenergy Australia Conference was held at the Stamford Grand in Adelaide on 1- 2 December with a Technical Tour of local bioenergy facilities on 3 December. 

Almost 200 delegates were in attendance.

Bioenergy Australia would like to thank all the speakers, sponsors, exhibitors and delegates for their support for this year's event.

Speakers and delegates at the event confirmed the largely untapped potential of bioenergy in Australia and the opportunities that go beyond energy into bio materials and bio chemicals.  Bioenergy is already delivering effective and economic waste management and environmental solutions. article 2014 event

Delegates agreed there was a key need for a definitive policy direction to deliver on the potential that bioenergy promises and stability that encourages investment.

See the Ethical Investor for a BA Conference article entitled, 'CEFC and ARENA show their support for bioenergy'.

We look forward to welcoming you next year to Bioenergy Australia 2015!

 

 

 CONFERENCE DVD NOW AVAILABLE

Conf 2014 BrochureA DVD of the presentations made at the event is $99 including GST and postage and handling, available from The Association Specialists. 

Delegate Handbooks are also available for sale with the DVD for $150 for both.  The sale price is the same for BA Members and others.

Use the following Conference Materials Order Form to purchase your copies of the DVD and/or the Conference Brochure. Contact the Association Specialists regarding any queries.   

The Association Specialists - Phone: 02 9431 8600 and Email : bioenergyconf@theassociationspecialists.com.au.

 

2014 Conference Poster WinnerMegan Hawley (right)

The 2014 Conference Poster Winner is Megan Hawley from Flinders University. 

Megan (pictured right) took home the $500 prize for her Poster Presentation entitled, 'Aerobic Treatment as an Enabling Technology for Algal Biomass Production'.

Well done Megan!

The 2014 Conference Poster details are available on the Conference CD and Brochure.

 

IEA Bioenergy Task Participation Groups

IEA Bioenergy LogoGet involved!

Bioenergy Australia facilitates Australia's involvement in 5 IEA Bioenergy Tasks thanks to ARENA Funding.

Each Task has a Participation Group through which Australian knowledge and expertise are shared widely and international learnings from our participation in the IEA Tasks can be shared.

If you would like to find out more about the Tasks and the Participation Groups see the Bioenergy Australia IEA Bioenergy Task webpages and contact comms@bioenergyaustralia.org for more details.

Presentations from the 18th Sept Bioenergy Australia quarterly meeting

The presentations from the 18th September 2014 Bioenergy Australia quarterly meeting are now available for viewing and downloading.

IEA BIOENERGY WEBINAR SERIES 2014

  • IEA Bioenergy Task 38 - Climate Change Effects of Biomass and Bioenergy Systems - WEBINAR DETAILS COMING SOON! 
  • IEA Bioenergy Task 37 - Energy from Biogas - download the presentations
  • IEA Bioenergy Task 43 - Biomass Feedstocks for Energy Markets - download the presentations

Find out more about our participation in IEA Bioenergy Tasks here.

Bioenergy in Australia - Status and Opportunties Report

Bioenergy in Australia  - Status and Opportunties Report

A major report, Bioenergy in Australia - status and opportunities is essential reading for those who want to come to grips with this subject

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Pacific Pyrolysis carbon negative energy technology

Dr Adriana Downie from Pacific Pyrolysis talks about a slow pyrolysis technology that produces both energy and biochar. The technology not only produces bioenergy, it also produces a biochar that can be used as a soil amendment. This interview was filmed at the 2011 Bioenergy Australia Conference, and is based on a presentation given at that conference.

The Bioenergy Australia website bioenergyaustralia.org/ provides authoritative information on bioenergy, including interviews with experts on many aspects of biomass and bioenergy.

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